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Mustangs prepare for Whitehaven rematch in playoffs

Houston’s season of firsts continues and has made its head coach James Thomas a prophet. Winning a school record 12th game, 55-20 over White Station...

Roundup of criminal incidents and court news

The following news has been released about recent criminal incidents and court cases. Inmate Dye reported as a ‘walk-off’ A female inmate at the Shelby County...

Bartlett Police Reports for Nov. 4-17, 2019

The Bartlett Police Report for the period of Nov. 4–17, 2019, lists the most notable crimes for that period as reported by the Bartlett...

December exhibit to showcase Bartlett Art Association

Art lovers will want to learn more about the Bartlett Art Association’s upcoming Artist Spotlight show in Cordova. The show will be Dec. 1-27 in...

Memphis artist Carl Moore named as fellowship recipient

The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts (CECA) has announced the 2019-20 recipient of the Tennessee Artist Fellowship, artist and designer Carl Moore...

Bartlett, Arlington honor veterans

Seating was packed at Monday's Veterans Day observation at Veteran Park in Bartlett, and Arlington brought out the crowds too at its Sunday celebration...

2nd prison inmate dies in custody

Martin Lambert, 29, is the second inmate to die in Shelby County’s custody within a week, and the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office has taken...

Bartlett ranks among safest Tennessee cities, reveals study

Security Baron — a security-based review, comparison and news site — recently analyzed FBI rankings of crime rates to find out what are the...

Music to my ears: Reflecting on the iconic sounds on my compact disc player...

When I was 13 years old, the radio was my enemy. It was a device that brought hours and hours of joy to my older...

Longing for a balmy Indian summer

Where did fall go? It seems to me that we went straight from summer to winter. But wait … I am forgetting about Indian summer, so...

Bounce-back Bartlett’s season comes to an early end

The roller coaster that is playoff football took West 10 Media teams on extreme highs and season-ending lows. The Bartlett Panthers were back in the...

‘The Girl Who Swallowed a Cactus’

The family-friendly play, “The Girl Who Swallowed a Cactus,” was an adventure in magical realism when it hit the stage of Bartlett Performing Arts...